Govt Launched CEIR Portal To Track Missing and Stolen Smartphones: Now it will be very easy to find stolen, lost or robbed mobile phones in Delhi-NCR. Union Minister for Communications, Electronic and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad has launched a new portal with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on Monday. On this portal, people of Delhi-NCR will be able to register a direct complaint in case of smartphone theft or loss. Also, people can block the number by visiting the government website.
5.36 crore mobile users will be benefited:
After this, mobile will not work in any telecom circle in the country and on the network of any telecom company. This move of the government will curb the incidents of mobile piracy on a large scale. 5.36 crore mobile users will be benefited from this government service. For your information, let us know that this service was first started in Mumbai.
During the launch, Ravi Shankar Prasad has said that now users of Delhi and NCR can lodge a complaint by visiting the https://www.ceir.gov.in site if the mobile is lost or stolen. However, people will also have to lodge a police complaint. Telecom Secretary Anshu Prakash told that if the stolen mobile is being used in any corner of the country, then its location will be known and it can be tracked. Through which police can easily access that mobile. This will significantly reduce the incidence of mobile theft.
Theft incidents will be controlled:
The Telecom Secretary has said that if the stolen mobile is being used in any corner of the country, then the site will give information about its location. At the same time, the police will also reach the thieves easily. According to the report, around 40,000 phones have been stolen or lost in Delhi.
Here’s how to use this CEIR Portal service:
If your phone is lost or stolen, first of all, you have to register an FIR. After this, you will have to go to the site https://www.ceir.gov.in and upload a copy of the Police Complaint along with the identity card. After this DOT will block your number and IMEI. At the same time, this will not misuse your number. Mumbai was first included in the Central Equipment Identity Register, where 309 complaints have been filed so far and 142 mobile phones have been traced out of it.
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